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By Claire Johnson
The prosecution of Martin Shkreli, whom the BBC has called "the most hated man in America," reveals some important lessons about the Fourth Amendment protections against search and seizure...
By Holly Sutton, Rebecca Stephens
Employers seeking to limit the vacation accrual of new employees just received some welcome news.
By Amanda Hairston
Clients regularly ask their counsel to propose alternative fee arrangements and they are growing in popularity.
By Charles J. Higley, Steven Vettel
On July 11, 2017, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors finally voted to adopt sweeping (and complex) changes to the City's Inclusionary Affordable Housing program.
By Jessica Nall
It doesn't take a millennial to know that these days not all pertinent business-related communications are to be found on corporate e-mail servers.
By Claire Johnson
Earlier this year we highlighted the growing trend of regulators asserting continuing post-investigation control over the operations of companies accused of compliance failures.
By John Green
A number of companies have been sued by the FTC in recent years, alleging, for example, that the company made claims regarding the product or service without adequate substantiation.
By Dennis M. Cusack
We first began studying the implications of self-driving cars, or "AVs", two years ago. At that time, observers predicted that fully autonomous "Level 5" cars would not appear in significant numbers until 2030.
By Robert Hines
The inauguration of Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of the United States on January 20, 2017, brought with it levels of angst and concern not felt for some time within the environmental community.
By David Smith
This is part one of a two-part series looking at how court decisions in recent years have thwarted general contractors' reasonable expectation of coverage under their general liability policies.
By Mary E. McCutcheon
For decades, California courts have mandated that an insurer is obligated to accept a "reasonable" settlement demand within policy limits on behalf of its insured.
By Nadia C. Arid, Jeffrey Fisher
The Supreme Court issued an 8-0 decision in the case of TC Heartland LLC v. Kraft Foods Group Brands LLC, unanimously limiting venue selection in patent infringement cases.
By C. Brandon Wisoff
Was that retail ‘bargain' you received really a bargain?" That is the question being asked by a recent spate of lawsuits filed against prominent retailers.
By Doug Dexter, Claire Johnson
The Court also clarified the extent of an employer's obligation to ensure their employees take a day of rest.
By Janice Reicher
A dispute in California federal court over whether Google must turn over documents stored overseas in response to a search warrant may have major implications for white collar practitioners and their clients.
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